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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, megan mullally, from "searching," john cho, and music from juice wrld. and now, moving along, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: very nice, thank you. welcome. i'm jimmy, i'm the host. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. i know it's very hot outside. i appreciate that. thanks for enduring me. thank you. you know what? i know you're really cheering for the air conditioning but i
appreciate it, i really do. [ laughter ] we are in the middle what was they're calling an extended heat wave here in southern california. also known as summer. [ laughter ] it's very hot. i think god is doing wus what the hit with the magnifying glass does with the anthill. [ laughter ] here's something kind of interesting. the west hollywood city council passed a movement to remove donald trump's star from the hollywood walk of fame. [ cheers and applause ] someone took a pick ax to the star, and they don't want it to be replaced. he has a star for hosting "the apprentice," i guess, which that alone warrants investigation. [ laughter ] since he was elected president, people have been vandalizing his star. and here's the thing. trump's star isn't in west hollywood where they voted, it's in hollywood. and one has absolutely nothing to do with the other. west hollywood and hollywood are like virginia and west virginia, they're unrelated. [ laughter ] which means there's no reason for the west hollywood city council to be voting on this.
this is like if your next-door neighbors voted for you to paint your house. your house. they didn't install his star, they didn't pay for his star. when the targets damaged, it doesn't cost them anything. this is none of their business. look, we get it, you don't like trump. why are you voting on this? this is our sidewalk, this is our filthy, disease-ridden, urine-soaked sidewalk. [ cheers and applause ] if you busy bodies want to remove something from it, how about you adopt one of the 12 drunken spidermen we have out there? [ laughter ] they'd be very happy in west hollywood. otherwise, stick to what you do best, west hollywood, selling pot to german tourists, okay? [ laughter ] you know who has a star right next to donald trump? kevin spacey. no one says a word about it. vote on that tomorrow. thank you. that is as close as i get to defending donald trump. meanwhile, birthday wishes are
in order for special counsel robert mueller, who's 74 years old today. [ cheers and applause ] a very special day. i got him a gift card to the hurry the hell up store. [ laughter ] the president was quiet today on twitter. he's extremely busy golfing at his club in new jersey this week. but his lawyer, rudy giuliani, is filling the gap on twitter. last night apparently rudy took issue with something he saw on fox news, and lashed out with the kind of typo that i think would make his number one client very proud. there is a mor rob on fox claiming a chain smoke cigarettes worrying about the president's tweets. don't smoke cigarettes. hate me. smoke only premium cigars and i hope this idiot is not a lawyer because if he is he should sue his law school. he probably meant hate them, not hate me. he was probably flustered. he was probably spitsed to see a lawyer on forks news that wasn't him so he attacked.
the book of revelations say when they start attacking fox news, that is when the end begins. [ laughter ] i do believe him. i believe rudy giuliani in this case. [ cheers and applause ] there's no way that man is a cigarette smoker. does this look like the mouth of a cigarette smoker? [ laughter ] look at those sparklingly beautiful teeth. this is interesting, we have new details about the president's viewing habits today. according to axios, the political news website, trump's tivo is loaded up with rallies and debates from the campaign which he watches repeatedly and revels in. he brings people into the private dining room next to the oval office so he can watch himself insult his opponents. i guess this is the closest he gets to sex now. [ laughter ] isn't that sad? this is like the guy who hangs out at his high school five years after he graduated level sad. [ laughter ] and maybe the saddest part of the story is that the white house still has a tivo. [ laughter ] i wonder if the president saw
this, rosie o'donnell was on cnn last night to pay her respects and she has an interesting theory about the people who come out to see trump. >> he's not only bad because he's a liar, he's bad because he doesn't know how to inspire people or evoke that emotion in them of -- >> what about his rallies? >> first of all, people are paid, chris. you know that. people were paid since he went down on the escalator. he pays people to show up at -- >> right, but i don't know that that's -- i don't know that that's why he gets ten of thousands at the ral liz. >> those are not real rallies. you know, when he went down on that escalator he paid all those people there calling rapists -- mexicans rapists. this is not real what he's doing, even though he keeps screaming that you guys are not real. >> jimmy: well, that is an interesting they're re. elevator, maybe. but the people at the rallies? i don't know. i don't know if i'm on board with the not-real thing. i mean this guy and these guys and this woman and these healthy fellas and this excitable gentleman and this friendly lady?
[ laughter ] they seem quite real to me, i don't know. besides, the idea that trump is paying these people? sorry, rosie, but that is ridiculous. he doesn't pay anybody, why would he start with them? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] thank you. this has not been a good week for team trump. i know that i say that every week but it's true every time. trump's former campaign chairman, paul manafort, is on trial. his former lawyer, michael cohen, is reportedly being investigated for tax fraud. his secretary of the interior, ryan zinke, may have asked the chairman of halliburton to build him a microbrewery in his home now. now his secretary of commerce, wilbur ross, is facing serious financial allegations. according to "forbes" magazine, wilbur ross is accused of stealing more than $120 million from former business associates. he's the secretary of commerce. that's wilbur ross. gee. who would have guessed the cabinet member who looks most like emperor palpatine wound up being evil? [ laughter ]
[ cheers and applause ] in all the accusations in the stories, and there are many, my favorite is "forbes" says ross habitually stole sweet and low packets from restaurants. the man is worth $700 million. stealing sweet and low like my grandmother. i believe -- what is this now, a half dozen members of trump's cabinet in hot water? maybe even more importantly, this is the first time a person named wilbur has been in the news since 1935. [ laughter ] they're the best people, though. the best. [ applause ] with all this nonsense happening all the time, maybe the most destructive thing these people are up to involves climate change. not only is it hotter than ever, levels of carbon dioxide hit new all-time highs last year. we have abnormally warm temperatures around the globe. arctic ice is melting at an unprecedented rate. last month was the hottest month ever recorded in the state of california. but not only won't trump address this, he keeps rolling back
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it's time to act. because it's not too late to protect the most precious treasures of all. your handicap. your real estate. your penis. paid for by americans for whatever the [ bleep ] it takes. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: right? probably not but it's worth a try. from time to time as you may know, i assemble a group of young people to educate me on what's happening in their world. apparently there are some very popular relaxation videos on youtube. i learned this from my friends' children. they like to listen to sounds like bubble wrap popping and that sort of thing. it's called asmr. and tonight, i don't know if you know about this but you will soon, tonight we dive into that world. ears-first. ♪ >> jimmy: here we are with, what are you guys, kids?
>> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah? so what i want to know is what are you into? what kinds of stuff do you like to look at on the internet? >> asmr and the acronym stands for autonomous sensory meridian response. >> jimmy: oh. >> which is a tingling sensation that starts in the neck and goes down the spine and comes back due to some sounds. >> jimmy: you know, when i saw you in the glasses, i thought you were just a nerd. but now i realize you're actually smart too. so asmr. >> yes. >> jimmy: and this is supposed to do what? >> it's supposed to relax. it can make you go to sleep. it helps for insomnia. >> jimmy: really. do you have insomnia? >> no, i just know, man. >> jimmy: so show me some of these videos, because i want to see what guess on here. what is he, a wizard? >> just watch. [ various sounds ] >> jimmy: why does this 12-year-old boy have a beard?
>> i don't know. >> jimmy: how did that happen? and this is relaxing to you? because i feel like i'm going to freak out. >> did you feel the tingling sensation? >> jimmy: no, i don't feel a tingling sensation, i have a headache. >> i do, i do. >> jimmy: do you really? do you feel a tingling sensation? >> it was so fast. >> jimmy: i feel like i'm going to join a cult and he's going to be my leader. do you guys know what a cult is? >> yes. >> no. >> jimmy: tell me about this asmr. >> some people, they have plays and stuff. they play with things. other people just talk into a mike really carefully and whisper as little as they can. >> jimmy: let's watch this and just tell me what's going on here. >> play-doh. >> jimmy: she's being very quiet. and tapping on the side of the play-d play-doh. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it sounds like there's rats in your attic. you know? she seems bored. >> yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: like really bored. >> it takes a really long time for her to stop.
>> jimmy: yeah because this video goes on for like half an hour. >> they just do it that long. >> jimmy: she seems like she's having second thoughts about dropping out of college. [ laughter ] >> hello. >> jimmy: who's that? >> this is jabiye. >> jimmy: she just whispers? >> yes. >> jimmy: it's supposed to put you to sleep? >> it's supposed to relax you. sometimes if you know what you're doing, you can actually -- it actually puts you to sleep. >> jimmy: really. >> yeah. >> jimmy: now what's she doing? >> putting lotion -- >> jimmy: putting lotion on the camera? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's not a good idea. >> some people like put a fake wig on the camera and brush it sometimes. >> jimmy: really. >> yeah. >> jimmy: people put wigs on cameras and brush it? >> yeah. >> jimmy: when i was a kid we had three, maybe four channels. one channel nobody wanted to watch. and we were forced to watch things. now you guys have every -- millions and millions of channels to choose from. and what you've chosen to watch
is somebody putting a wig on a camera and brushing the camera's hair. let's look at one of these slime ones here. >> oh, look at the made-up duckies. >> jimmy: wow, so this is what kids are watching, huh? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's kind of weird. it's very weird. kids are weird is i think what i've learned tonight. >> it makes you want it, just like to have it really bad. >> jimmy: are there a lot of kids like at your school into this? >> yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, wow. and you talk about it at school? >> yes, yes. >> sometimes. >> jimmy: you say, hey, asmr. that kind of thing? >> or whisper to each other, hey! >> jimmy: do teachers when everybody's getting too loud say, asmr, asmr. >> no. >> jimmy: maybe they should do that, huh? >> sometimes it just pulls you in so that you feel like you're the one touching it.
and you could just feel it. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> it's like a trance. >> jimmy: yeah, it is like a trance. you know what i do? i have an asmr thing i do. i take my neck and crack it. do can you hear that? >> oh! >> jimmy: that's asmr right there, old-school asmr. [ cheers and applause ] tonight on the show we have music from juice wrld, john cho is here, and be right back with megan mullally! fact is, every insurance company hopes you drive safely. but allstate actually helps you drive safely... with drivewise. it lets you know when you go too fast... ...and brake too hard. with feedback to help you drive safer. giving you the power to actually lower your cost. unfortunately, it can't do anything about that.
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john cho is here with us. and then this is his album, "goodbye & good riddance" juice wrld from the mercedes-benz stage. first name juice, last name world. tomorrow night, kristen bell will be here, john david washington will join us, and we'll have music from brett eldridge. and on thursday awkwafina and fire-nado known as kanye west. he will be here, kanye live -- [ cheers and applause ] sitting right there. or over there, i don't know, wherever he wants to sit is where he's going to sit. our first guest won two emmy awards for the original run of "will & grace" and they have risen from the dead for more. she is nominated for outstanding supporting actress in a comedy. please welcome megan mullally. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how are you doing?
>> hi. >> jimmy: very good to see you. >> great to see you. >> jimmy: i'm not pandering, you look fantastic. i think you're getting younger, this is happening? >> well, yes. >> jimmy: you figured out a way? >> officially benjamin buttoning out. >> jimmy: good, it's about time somebody benjamin buttoned out. everything good in your life? >> yeah everything's great? did you work today? were you shooting "will ask grace" today? >> i was not. but my husband, sire nick offerman and i -- [ applause ] yes, we have been recording our audio book. the audio book of our book that we -- we didn't technically write it. we dictated it. >> jimmy: oh, the book. >> we've been doing the audio book. what we did when we wrote the book, called "the greatest love story ever told." >> jimmy: it's about your life? >> it's about neuroscience. [ laughter ] no, it's not. it's about us and our famed romance. >> jimmy: you have a great love story work, you say? >> well, i think we just get
along, so just that alone. [ laughter ] it's like 90% better than anything. >> jimmy: how long have you been married? >> eight -- we've been together 18 years. >> jimmy: oh, that's a good -- yeah, no, you should be hating each other by now. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah, yeah. nick always says in showbiz years that's like 127 years. but yeah, we -- we didn't -- you know, like write the book. we didn't sit down at a computer. but we dictated. we picked topics and lay in bed and nick would turn on the recorder on his phone and we would just start talking. it's kind of like interview magazine style. >> see. >> then we had to do the audio book. so we're kind like replicating spontaneous conversations that we had with each other. >> jimmy: you didn't save those tapes? >> i know. >> jimmy: you can't just use those? >> that's what everybody says, why can't we use the original tapes? >> jimmy: because it makes sense. [ laughter ] >> right. >> jimmy: what kind of stuff do you speak about? are you talking about like your life story or -- >> everything. we talk about our families and
our -- how we met and everything. but i mean, i feel like i'm still learning a lot about nick. >> jimmy: are you really, after this much time? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what did you learn? >> oh no -- okay, so recently -- recently i learned something very, very captivating. >> jimmy: what did he do? >> well. we had just engaged in our -- marital -- our rightful marital activity. >> jimmy: gotcha, yes. >> and i was laying -- he was on his back and i was sort of laying on his chest and i was looking up and him and he goes, you know? always in these moments you look like cher. [ laughter ] he said, i always feel like you look like cher. and i was like, what? and he goes, you look like cher. and at first i'm thinking like, '70s cher or now cher? [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: right. >> and then -- then he -- i'm like, wait. so you said i always -- you always think i look like cher? he goes, uh-huh. i said, for how long? he said, the whole time. [ laughter ] i'm like, wait, for 18 years you thought that i look exactly like cher after coitus? >> jimmy: only after? >> it's only after. not before. not during. only after. i wish we could dim the lights and i could go like this and you could tell me if i look like cher. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you don't really look like cher but we haven't made love, i think we really, you know -- [ cheers and applause ] maybe during the commercial you guys can hammer one out and you come back and then we'll see. maybe you'll come back with a tiara on or whatever cher wears. >> we were in a restaurant and there were two pictures of cher and he goes, like that. and i was like, i can't believe after all these years you've
never mentioned that. >> jimmy: that is very strange, very, very odd. >> jimmy: nobody's ever told you you look like cher before? >> no. >> jimmy: that's a compliment, to look like cher. >> sure, it's better than -- >> jimmy: sonny, yeah, could be sonny. [ laughter ] >> sonny, yeah. so i've -- so i told him that he looks like 2006 sting. >> jimmy: oh. that's good. >> very specific. >> jimmy: yeah. >> another time when people aren't really sure what sting looked like. >> jimmy: uh-huh. i have a pretty good idea. but yeah, no. well, sting looks pretty much the same always. sting is always having sex so we don't really know -- >> he has sex that goes on like four days, yeah. >> jimmy: sex is more of a three-day weekend type situation there. so you guys are working on the book. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you're working on -- i want to talk about the emmys for a second. because it really is remarkable. how long ago -- when did you get nominated for the first emmy? >> 2000. >> jimmy: 2000. to come back. you won two emmys, correct? >> uh-huh.
2000 and 2006, i think. >> jimmy: to come back and to have this happen again, it's pretty crazy. >> it's nuts. even just for the show to come back is outrageous. >> jimmy: right. to be successful as well. >> and to be successful, yeah. so i -- >> jimmy: do you remember winning the -- even being nominated? >> no, i've forgotten all about it. yeah i remember. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i mean, do you remember -- at that time did someone call you? they weren't broadcasting these things on the internet or anything. >> oh, well, yeah. you know, my publicist at the time called me. and i was on nick's family fishing expedition. you can tell i'm a great sportswoman. >> jimmy: i can see just by the way you're throwing that rod into the lake. >> yeah. ihrho rodyeahives you an id. is ye so yeah, i was there and there was very little phone reception. my publicist called. it was 2000 so i was on a phone that was like this big.
told me i'd been nominated for an emmy. when he first said i'd been nominated for an emmy i thought of emmy, the plus-size model who was popular at the time. he was like, no, the emmys, dummy. i'm like, oh, that's better. so then he was like, let me call your mom and tell her, she's going to be so excited. he was really tight with my mom. so i said, okay. little did i know my mom -- my mom to me, my mom is the sweetest like nancy reagan-y, like really beautifully dressed, you know. she's just very sweet and filled with sunshine. or so i thought. she has a whole other side that's like swiftie lazar. reads the trades and knows exactly where we are in the rankings. >> jimmy: oh, really? there are rankings? >> like a cutthroat hollywood executive, that's her alter ego. so he called her to tell her i've been nominated. and she's like, who else is in the category?
she would never say this to me. and so he names the people. it was like, you know -- lisa kudrow, doris roberts, jennifer aniston. and my mom goes, oh, no, no, not aniston! [ laughter ] so my mom apparently didn't think i had a snowball's chance in hell of winning. >> jimmy: uh-huh. and? >> when she heard about jennifer aniston. >> jimmy: yeah, well. maybe she just like preferred "friends." that's probably -- >> she did like it better, yeah, that's true, yeah. >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. when we come back, megan mullally is with us. "will & grace" returns october 4th on nbc.
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me, including "bachelor in paradise." he did not watch "winter games" because he was out of town but i did. >> jimmy: are you supporter of "winter games," should they bring it back? i guess they won't, there's no olympics. maybe there will be something else. >> they got a lot of good people out of it. >> jimmy: out of the olympic games? were you happy with becca's choice? >> sure. i mean, i'm not on board with -- >> jimmy: don't tell me you're really into it and act like you're not into it. >> i'm not in board with fair rid's grammar. >> jimmy: his grammar, i see. >> you know. that kind of thing. >> jimmy: yeah. right. >> i do think that grant -- i mean, grant's going to be the bachelor, right? >> jimmy: grant? there's no grant. blake? >> i mean blake. yeah. [ laughter ] grant, blake. >> jimmy: three hours and you come out with grant? [ laughter ] >> i'm sorry. blake. blake, though, will -- i mean, he'll be the bachelor, right? last night they're interviewing him, and as devastated as he was he's like, on the show, he's like crying his eyes out.
nobody's ever been that devastated. >> jimmy: yeah, that's true. >> no male has ever exhibited that kind of emotion. >> jimmy: right. [ laughter ] >> they bring him on to, you know, the thing last night. and he's like, chris harrison's kind of feeding him these questions, he's like, yeah, well, i mean, i'll be fine, i'm ready to fall in love again. and i'm like, oh, he's going to be bachelor for sure. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> otherwise he would have said, i'm devastated, i can't even think. >> jimmy: yeah, i'm thinking about ending it all. >> like she just bumped me. yeah, right, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah but it wasn't just -- it was like months ago that this happened, so he's had time now to recover. >> yeah, he's cute. >> jimmy: you know it doesn't happen in realtime, right? you know that "the bachelor" -- >> i know, i know, believe me. >> jimmy: you and nick ever consider -- i think these people are in need of guidance. >> we've been asked to go on there and we've tried to go every single time and we can't work out the scheduling. >> jimmy: what? >> like right now i just heard like 20 minutes ago that they asked us to go on "bachelor in
paradise." i have to go home straight from here and start working on nick. >> jimmy: they want you to go on "bachelor in paradise"? >> yeah, go on and like -- >> jimmy: don't go on "bachelor in paradise." >> why not, it's the best. >> jimmy: hold out for "the bachelor." >> "bachelor in paradise" is the crazyist one. >> jimmy: is that still happening? >> they're still shooting it. we get in at the very end and see everybody like doing it in the sand. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: is that what they promised? i don't know -- no i don't want to see that, what would i want to see that -- i like the edited version. i've been on the set of "the bachelor" and "the bachelorette" and i know what goes on there and it's much more stressful than in real life. >> i can't wait. >> jimmy: guys sitting in front of a million monitors just watching and you can't help but feel you shouldn't be there. >> eww, i want to go. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, i'm sure they'll be happy to have you on all the
shows. >> i want to go so bad. >> jimmy: and anything between you and nick, i'm sure they'd like to have either one of you as the bachelor and the bachelorette. >> oh, yeah, i'm sure they want a 59-year-old woman as the bachelorette, they're dying for that. >> jimmy: why not try some new things. it's great to see you, congratulations on your emmy nomination. melissa mullally -- megan mullally. >> i said grant, you said melissa. >> jimmy: retaliation. megan mullally, everyone. "will & grace" comes back october 4th on nbc. we'll be right back! ♪ ♪ .
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>> jimmy: hi, there. still to come, music from juice wrld. our next guest shot from a white castle restaurant to where no man has gone before. his latest is the father-daughter thriller called "searching." it opens in theaters august 24th. please welcome john cho. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: so when you and your wife are making love, does she tell you you look like a celebrity from the '70s? >> no she calls me nick offerman. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow. >> it's weird, i know. >> jimmy: you've completed the circle. i watched your movie today. >> thank you so much for doing that. >> i really enjoyed it.
and i was nervous through the whole thing. and i've never seen a movie that looks like -- explain what the basic idea between not just the plot but also how it was shot. >> i tell you, very classical thriller about a man played by me searching for his lost daughter. and he has to go into her computer to look for clues as to where she might be. the unconventional part is that it takes place entirely on screens. phones. tablets. laptops. >> jimmy: i've never seen a movie where they use the real -- like it always drives me nuts when i see like the fake texting coming in. >> right. >> jimmy: it's always graphically -- or whatever. you used all the real things. >> yeah, i guess, you know -- thank you. you know, there's so much human interaction taking place inside of devices. and it's like as storytellers, how do you get in there beyond being over meg ryan's shoulder and you've got mail as she types? >> jimmy: right. >> how do you get past that?
so this director went into the computer. >> jimmy: did it take sense at all when you read the script? >> yeah. i mean, the script was weird because they did what they call the scriptment. it read more like a short story. but they couldn't do like interior google chrome. >> jimmy: right. >> it didn't really make any sense. so they did it more of a prose style. but i got the feel of it. i did say no at first because it said -- i don't want to make a youtube video, i want to make a movie. >> jimmy: right. >> but the director, you know, came back at me and said, no, there will be a camera on your face and there will be a second camera that's on the screen, and that camera will be a traditional movie camera. it was pan, zoom, do all those things so it will feel like a movie. >> jimmy: you said, as long as i can see real cameramen i'm okay with this and i want to be a part of this. >> right, right, exactly. >> jimmy: how old are your children now?
>> 5 and 10, i believe. >> jimmy: you have a boy and a girl? >> boy, girl. >> jimmy: boy and a girl, okay. did this make you think about that? are they allowed online? do they have accounts and that sort of thing? >> what was that -- >> jimmy: asmr. >> they don't do that. >> jimmy: they don't do that? that's the only thing they should be doing, by the way. that was okay. >> no, they play games and stuff. but they're -- it's already so crazy how far advanced they are. and they leap-frogged me awhile back. >> jimmy: you're not good with this sort of thing? >> no. i mean, as a matter of fact i -- like four days ago i just discovered -- i've had an instagram account for a couple of years. but i just discovered that people can direct message you. were you aware of that? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're going to find this hard to believe, but yeah, i did know that, yeah. were people direct messaging you and you didn't know it? >> i did not know it. i went through a bunch of them. >> jimmy: two years of them? >> i've missed out, yeah. i've missed out on a lot of
small-time endorsements and casual sex. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really. you really did miss out. >> yeah. >> jimmy: do your kids -- do you video chat with them? you know how that works? >> yeah. i did send over -- i got my parents an ipad. and sent that over. so that they could facetime with their grandkids. >> jimmy: they live out of town? >> yeah, they live in texas. but they -- you know, it's weird. the generational awareness of the camera. you know, young people are very comfortable with a web camera in their face. my parents, they're not even aware that they're being filmed or that they're -- that it's two ways. you know, my dad has literally six pictures that exist of him throughout his life. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> so he's not accustomed to cameras. and whenever the kids facetime with him, all they see is his adam's apple the whole time. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: just trying to remind them grandpa's a man, i guess.
>> that's it. in case you forget. my mom is worse than my dad, though. they were visiting awhile back. and i came into the kitchen. my mother was cutting some pears on a cutting board. except that it wasn't a cutting board, it was my wife's laptop. [ laughter ] in her defense there was an apple on the cutting board. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: true. when you see fruit, that makes sense. [ cheers and applause ] >> it was a suggestion. >> jimmy: how old were you -- i know you were born in south korea. how old were you when you moved here from there? >> i was 6 years old. >> jimmy: 6 years old. have you been -- do you go there and visit? >> not very often. the last time i went was for star trek, which was almost 10 years ago, i think. >> jimmy: promoting star trek, wow, that was 10 years ago, that's crazy. >> that's nuts. thank you. yeah it was an interesting
experience. when i was going over there, my parents are, you to have to get together with all the relatives. i'm like, i'm going to be there for a day, i don't have time. what we ended up doing was setting up a lunch where they all came to the hotel where i was doing the junket at. as i was going down to lunch, i had a translator. because my korean isn't great enough -- isn't good enough to do interviews. and he said, do you want me to stay for lunch? and i said, i hadn't thought about it, but i said sure. we went and i ended up having -- as weird as it was, having a u.n. translator whispering in my ear, it was the best experience i've ever had with my relatives. because my korean was that of a 6-year-old boy. it was frozen in time. and i could never relate to them. i could never have a conversation with them. but, you know, with a translator i was able to connect with these family members.
it was -- i'm very grateful for that. >> jimmy: did you order like a 6-year-old? did you get chicken nuggets or something like that? how far did you go with the 6-year-old thing? >> all the way, all the way. had an accident. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they changed you, that's good. it's great to see you. the movie, i recommend it, it's called "searching." it opens in they could sleeters august 24th and nationwide on august 31st. john cho, everybody! we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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♪ oh easier said than done i thought you were the one listenin' to my heart instead of my head ♪ ♪ you found another one but i am the better one i won't let you forget me you left me falling ♪ ♪ and landing inside my grave i know that you want me dead ♪ ♪ i take prescriptions to make me feel a-okay i know it's all in my head ♪ ♪ i have these lucid dreams where i can't move a thing thinking of you in my bed ♪ ♪ you were my everything thoughts of a wedding ring now i'm just better off dead ♪ ♪ i'll do it over again
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♪ easier said than done i thought you were the one ♪ ♪ listenin' to my heart instead of my head you found another one but i am the better one ♪ ♪ i won't let you forget me ♪ ♪ yeah i won't let you forget i won't let you forget me ♪ ♪ i won't let you forget me me me me me me me most ♪ ♪ oh oh oh whoa
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